How I became a happy dad!)

Romario
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Re: How I became a happy dad!)

Postby Romario » Tue Feb 27, 2018 4:28 am

This theme is pretty pleasant for discussion because all themes about children are the best for me. Maybe I told you the story how I became a happy father of two kids. I couldn't forget two days connected with them. Day when I found out that our surrogate mother is pregnant and then day of the birth of my babies. Nothing can be better than understanding of your great role in this world after giving the birth for two new lives. I suppose that it is one of the greatest achievement in my life and both my partner's life.
Tyler
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Re: How I became a happy dad!)

Postby Tyler » Wed Mar 14, 2018 9:16 pm

Hi. I am greatly happy to be a father. It is important to say that fatherhood is like a second and the most sacred profession i also have the same attitude that my child is my sense of life. The ray of sunlight in the gloomy day. I like when he smiles and I like see his eyes and touches. It is something inseparable of me and I also surely can not imagine my life without him. I just want to recommend you never hesitate and do what you wish especially if it concerns parenting
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Re: How I became a happy dad!)

Postby Davis » Mon Apr 30, 2018 8:06 am

A child of 8-12 years old will already say differently: "It means meeting the expectations of others, giving others joy, that others think about me well and I myself thought good of myself.
" Thus, the main contradiction of this age lies in the simultaneous desire of the child and meet the expectations of others, and hide his own psychological "I". This contradiction is resolved by the creation, assimilation of its measure of correctness.
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Re: How I became a happy dad!)

Postby Joel » Sun May 13, 2018 6:15 am

Not taking into account the fact that the way in the parents' family of another spouse could be quite different and he, in turn, may not even guess about the obligations imposed on him. Sometimes spouses completely ignore the need to distribute roles that are of little importance, for them, for example, an organizer of leisure or the role of a family psychotherapist. Everyone expects that another must support and listen to him, and he should always be heard and understood.
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Re: How I became a happy dad!)

Postby Adrian » Mon Jun 04, 2018 1:16 pm

Making your choice, thinking for a while over it after reading this article, you do not have to rush after all, do not think about what gives you a family life, think about what kind of person you should become for it, and if this person is you then your choice is obvious.
But this should be your decision, your choice, only in this case you will not regret it.
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Re: How I became a happy dad!)

Postby Caleb » Thu Jun 07, 2018 9:09 am

Given the fact that we are all molded from one test, even at the very bottom, none of us have any reason to feel worse than those whose life causes admiration and envy. After all, in fact, successful and unsuccessful people are the same people by their nature, but they chose different life paths that live according to different life laws, adhere to different ideologies, think differently and in this connection act on different logical algorithms. To better understand my idea, I suggest that you, dear readers, ask yourself the question of what distinguishes a successful person from a loser, from your point of view, and what distinguishes you personally from that successful person whom you consider to be more successful than yourself?
Natan
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Re: How I became a happy dad!)

Postby Natan » Mon Jul 02, 2018 3:55 pm

Forgive me, but when a person smokes, drinks alcohol, overeats, and if we talk about men, then they drag along behind every skirt, this is also a manifestation of weakness. But many people do not refuse these things. But to speak out to make it easier, for some reason it is unacceptable. It's all about beliefs. They need to be changed. Be sure to find and use the opportunity to speak out, talk, discuss sore things with someone to make you feel better. Do not accumulate emotions, especially negative emotions, otherwise there will come a time when you can not contain them and they will break out, and you, as they say, will fail. It does not lead to good, you know.
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Re: How I became a happy dad!)

Postby Daren » Thu Jul 05, 2018 4:51 pm

Trust and indeed no one follows, not because there are not those who can be trusted and without negative consequences for themselves, but because we can not see all of the inner man, even if we know the psychology well and we have a great life experience. Being honest is also not necessary, it's very stupid, you just have to be a realist, a person who understands who is in front of him, and how to behave with him. Whether a person deceives you or not, it is not known, but this is not the main thing, the main thing is just to know that we do not live in hell, that not all people lie, they inculcate - yes, it happens, they do not lie like small children.
Dilan
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Re: How I became a happy dad!)

Postby Dilan » Sat Jul 21, 2018 11:13 am

This desire is inherent in many people of both sexes. The only question is how much it manifests itself and in what form. Over time, everything gets boring, it's understandable, but to maintain interest in life, to sex, to the opposite sex, to your woman or to your man - you need some variety. A man in this especially needs, because his masculine nature can not reconcile with the monotony in sexual relations. Coolidge's effect just describes the theory of polygamous individuals of a male, read about it to understand what needs are inherent in male nature.
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Re: How I became a happy dad!)

Postby Kane » Wed Jul 25, 2018 8:11 am

Not all people have enough imagination to understand the elementary things that happen at the global level and in some way affect the life of each person, which means that not everyone can control their own lives.
And what is there to say, it's not at all interesting for many, and therefore to explain how much the majority is unlikely to succeed, people are always dissatisfied with something, and it's never possible to please everyone.

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